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Author Archives: Nicole Black

ABA report on lawyers, technology & the pandemic

Last fall, the American Bar Association released its annual Legal Technology Survey Report. This extensive report provides data and analysis on the technologies that lawyers are using and how they are being implemented in their law firms. The report covers ...

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Technology competence in the e-filing era

Technology competence: Nowadays it’s a must for lawyers. Five years ago, you may have been able to convince yourself that there was no need to be technologically competent, but no more. The writing has been on the wall ever since ...

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Workplace tips to for managing remote employees

The shift to remote work was an abrupt and unexpected change for most businesses, including law firms. For that reason, it didn’t always go smoothly. However, over time, most legal profession employers were eventually able to work through the challenges ...

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Court gives potentially sanctionable conduct a pass as result of pandemic-related uncertainty

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As we enter our ninth month of the pandemic and COVID-19 numbers are surging across the country, lawyers and judges alike are bracing for newfound full or partial shutdowns. If and when the shutdowns occur, our court systems will undoubtedly ...

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